“Teen Mom” stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra have been sharing their problems on “Couples Therapy” over the past couple of weeks and some people were scratching their heads when they announced that they would be needing some professional help. They always seemed so strong on the show and they were always there for each other. However, they are now being accused of faking problems for television and perhaps they were faking it because couples have been paid for appearing on the show before. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Aug. 16, “Teen Mom” stars Lowell and Baltierra are now defending themselves.
Joe Francis, the same guy who caused some trouble on “The Real Housewives of Miami,” is now slamming the reality couple for faking problems. He even said that the show was scripted. “"Hey guys! It's a FAKE Reality show! I play the villain. I'm very happy that you like my acting. Best to all of you. Love," Francis tweeted, adding, "Guys wake up! @CouplesTherapyV is a FAKE reality show. It was all set up and scripted. I'm glad you all liked my acting!"
Even though Francis hasn't been on the show, he does seem to have some strong feels about the show. But Lowell and Baltierra are defending the show, revealing that the show is not fake. "For you to act so low and throw water in a woman's face and not face her man is ridiculous. Your 40 come on now time to grow up!" Lowell tweeted, adding, "By the way #CouplesTherapy WAS not scripted! He did what he did because he's that type of 'man'.. He's just upset ppl see the real him.."
Do you believe Francis? Do you believe that the “Teen Mom” stars only filmed the show for money?